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‘Great Films with a Little Jewish Flavor:’ Annual festival is dubbed a ‘can’t-miss occasion’

By Christopher Boan The Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival is a labor of love for executive directors Barry Singer and Jerry Mittelman. They work throughout the year to find the world’s best examples of Jewish film...

Helping Others: Dingers in the Desert raises money for spinal cord injuries

By Haley Smilow Corey Hahn lost all direction after suffering a spinal cord injury during a baseball game his freshman year at ASU. But baseball always kept him motivated. Although Hahn could no longer play the...

‘The Greatest Show on Grass:’ Waste Management Phoenix Open returns to great fanfare

By Christopher Boan The Phoenix Open launched 87 years ago as the brainchild of Bob Goldwater Sr., offering a $500 prize to the event’s champion. Fast-forward 10 decades, and the Waste Management Phoenix Open has become...

Trail Mix: The Prickly Pedal Tour shows off the Maricopa Trail’s terrain

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski The Maricopa Trail is considered a secret to some.  Jeffery Frost is continuing former Maricopa County Supervisor Andy Kunasek’s goal of bringing awareness of the trail with the Prickly Pedal Tour. This year’s...

Celebrating Hip-Hop: The MIM explores the genre with a weekend full of events

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Ten years ago, when the Musical Instrument Museum opened, the first signature event was centered around hip-hop. To mark the decade anniversary, the MIM is returning to the genre. “Celebrate Hip-Hop” runs from...

Running Through the Ages: Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon promotes a community of fitness

By Octavio Serrano Runners fear they may not finish a race, but at the 2019 Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll Arizona Marathon & 1/2 Marathon, they’re encouraged by the sound of music.  The 17th annual Rock ‘n’...

Arizona Fine Art Expo: Mesa artist Jordan Byrd uses the egg as a palette

By Sue Kern-Fleischer Jordan Byrd’s Mesa loft and studio are filled with eggs—but not the cooking kind. Instead, the 29-year-old artist and owner of Inside the Byrd’s Nest is one just a few artists in...

Nom Nom Noodles Festival: Peoria entrepreneur brings a taste of his childhood to the...

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Jay Kwan longed for the taste of Asian food he had as a child, so he founded the Arizona Nom Nom Noodles Festival with some of the Valley’s best vendors and restaurants. The...

Four Days of Cinema: Chandler fest presents international crop of films

By Kevin Reagan From cult classics to political documentaries, this month’s Chandler International Film Festival promises to deliver a diverse lineup of films for local moviegoers. The four-day event from January 17 to January 20 will...

Fresh Concepts: Dave Kindig is selling his ‘bitchin’ rides’ at Barrett-Jackson

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Dave Kindig vividly remembers his first visit to Barrett-Jackson. The host of Velocity’s “Bitchin’ Rides,” Kindig was impressed by the caliber of available vehicles and the showmanship of the auctioneers.  “I went with a...

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